The end of summer means the beginning of fall allergy season. But you’ve probably already got at least one protective measure in place: your COVID-19 mask.
Allergy and asthma sufferers may find their symptoms are more frequent and severe due to the “Sarahan Plume.”
COVID-19 will mean more planning to make the 4th of July fun and safe
Spring allergies can be tricky to treat because not everyone is allergic to the same things, even though symptoms may look a lot alike
Allergists advise parents of children with food allergies to to offer fact-based strategies in order to not increase their child’s concerns.
Christopher Chang, MD, PhD, MBA, is a an allergist-immunologist in California. Dr. Chang is the immediate past chair of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunolopgy Infectious Diseases and International Travel Committee. Dr. Chang is the medical director of…
Nearly 90 percent of peanut-allergic individuals in the study could potentially tolerate almonds, but 33 percent preferred strict avoidance due to fear of an allergic reaction.
A new article in Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology shows a significant association between multiple prenatal and early life exposures to indoor pollutants and the degree of allergic sensitivity in 2-year-olds.
J. Allen Meadows, MD, Montgomery, AL, was installed as president of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology at the ACAAI Annual Scientific Meeting in Houston on November 11.
Peanuts in candy bars aren’t the only hidden allergens kids with allergies and asthma need to watch for to stay alert to Halloween frights.